e-MFP is excited to present the analysis of Green Inclusive Finance trends over the past decade in a publication "State of the Art of Green Inclusive Finance 2011-2019."
This report, which is the result of a collaborative effort with the Green Inclusive and Climate Smart Finance Action Group, offers a comprehensive overview of the current landscape of green inclusive finance.
This paper explores how rural Colombian households respond to rainfall shocks by shifting children's time from school to domestic activities, with the impact on education mitigated or exacerbated by financial inclusion measures.
This working paper outlines how inclusive green finance policies can enhance financial stability by creating a more resilient real economy and reducing the risks facing the financial sector.
Cocoa is one of the world’s most prized foods, but the smallholder farmers in Cote d’Ivoire who produce it live in extreme poverty. Formal land ownership can improve their financial outlook.
This new report provides the first ever publicly available analysis of the overall financial health of the PAYGo sector using the indicators developed through the PAYGo PERFORM Initiative.
This whitepaper examines how stakeholders can use and finance digital technology to address smallholder farmers’ challenges caused by conflict, the pandemic, and climate change.
This briefing note summarizes the emerging issues related to climate change and index insurance, discussing how climate trends are being considered in index product design and pricing, and how this could be improved.
This guideline provides a step-by-step account of how Pacific Island countries can develop national Disaster Risk Financing strategies.
Denmark Signs Agreement With UNDP and UNCDF Bangladesh to Extend Local Government Initiative on Climate Change for Two Years
The extension of the Local Government Initiative on Climate Change Project will be implemented in two districts of Bangladesh to strengthen communities' resilience to the impacts of climate change.